Brief filed: 08/27/2008
Waddington v. Sarausad
United States Supreme Court; Case No. 07-772
Opinion below 479 F.3d 671
Jury instructions may be a “formally correct” statement of state law and still be so ambiguous as to be misleading; court below correctly determined that the instructions deprived the defendant of his constitutional right to have a jury determine every element of the charged offense of aiding and abetting murder.
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